New Membership rates now available for 2021-22

 

 

 

 

Three Bridges Road Race New Date Sunday 19th September 

 

 

 

 

Do not attend training if your showing any symptoms of covid 19 or have had a recent positive test result. 

 New Membership rates now available for 2021-22

 

 

 

 New Membership rates now available for 2021-22

 

 

 

Lancaster and Morecambe AC Members Carole and David Wilkinson made a long awaited return to racing on Sunday 4th July when they competed in the Run Harrogate 10K. 

Arnold Bibby was a founder member of Lancaster & Morecambe AC – who sadly passed away in 2019.

Following the easing of lockdown we hope to offer and shorter than usual club championship series.

 

Our next inductees into the Hall of Fame come as a two for one but the magnitude of their involvement and commitment is enough for four maybe even five people!

There was a long awaited return to Road Racing on Sunday 13th December when Lancaster and Morecambe AC member Carole Wilkinson completed the Virtual Longridge 7 Mile Christmas Pudding Race.

Our club is looking to appoint a welfare officer -  this can be a parent or club member.

Sunday 4th October 2020, London Marathon day, Lancaster & Morecambe AC junior endurance athletes ran the well know London Mini Marathon whilst  our marathon runners were running the gruelling 26.2 miles.

After five months of cancelled races, Lancaster & Morecambe AC’s runners were excited to return to racing action two weeks ago

 

 

As we all start to live in a ‘New Normal’ world it was interesting to see how running event may be able to take place post Lockdown.

 

One of the quickest female athletes to ever pull on the Lancaster & Morecambe AC vest is Louise Gardner. 

New booking system

 

LMAC Lancaster to Eiffel Tower challenge

 

This is a the second 4 week programme for 5k distances.

This is a very simple 4 week programme for 5K distances you can do yourself while no club training sessions

This page is dedicated to the members of Lancaster & Morecambe AC who are self employed

 

The club has learned of the sad death of of one of our members, Graham Lawton, at the age of 43.

 

5 ladies turned out for Mid Lancs Cross Country at Burnley on Saturday 11th Jan.

 

Lancaster & Morecambe AC Junior cross country runners, headed off to Witton Park, Blackburn for the County XC Championships, we knew the course would be muddy it normally is, but we had hoped the rain would hold off, which it did for the most part with the odd very cold shower to remind us it was January, and the wind made its presence known during the races, but despite this we came away with 3 County Champions. 

 

A pleasant, slightly cloudy morning greeted runners at the Lancaster & Morecambe Athletic Club’s annual Festive 4k Fun Run on the morning of Friday December 27th.  This was a special year, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the run.  Over 350 entrants turned up to run off excess Christmas pudding and turkey! – nearly as many as last year.. 

 

It is with great sadness that the club announces the death of its oldest member, Arnold Bibby.

 

The senior men's cross country team were at Liverpool on 23rd November. The team had another fantastic turn out  with 15 runners arriving at a very muddy Sefton Park.

 

Hyndburn was the destination for the 2nd Mid Lancs cross country fixture it proved as always to be a challenging course, made even more difficult with the very muddy and cold conditions. Lancaster & Morecambe AC juniors rose to the challenge however and put in some very strong and determined performances.

 

So the seniors road running championship 2019 came to an end and we had 22 club runners turning out – one of best attended races of year (along with 22 at Garstang earlier in year).

 

Hydburn Cross Country saw a record number of 18 senior men representing LMAC in a strong field of 274 finishers.

 

The first fixture of the Mid Lancs cross-country league was at Ulverston on 28th September

LMAC had 6 veterans running at the British Masters 5k road championships in Horwich.

Lancaster & Morecambe Athletes headed off to the Lancashire Country Cross Country Championships this weekend, it was a dry day and the ground was firm ensuring a fast course.

Exciting new kits supplier